The last nature reserved


You are looking for beautiful beach house like in romantic movie? You are looking for good investment to get enough capital gain?
If so, Palawan is the place you are looking for.
Palawan is call “last frontier” reserved wild beautiful nature. And the other hand, philippine government is investing to develop it. Also many foreigner investor is seeking invest chance.
Now palawan is rising area in philippines and developed quickly.
The land price is still really affordable.
The beautiful house with private beach is not dream even island like in the movie.

Why Palawan is frontier for investment?

Puerto Princesa Airport

Many reasons why palawan is frontier to invest.

  • Palawan is NOW “rising” area in Philippines. Other big city like Manila or Cebu is already reached boiling point.
  • Land price is still really affordable. And it would increase surely soon.
  • Many development is under going. But on the other hand, nature is reserved strictly.
  • Safe and peaceful atmosphere surrounded by beautiful nature. Good for second house for relaxing escaping daily life.

Palawan is now developing and will not go back.
And palawan government is strict to preserve nature.
This get palawan has 2 faces, urban comfortableness and wild life.
In the city area, Puerto airport is under renovation to International airport. And new airport is also under construction in the San Vicente area.
Philippines government is investing to Palawan for road and infrastructure now.
Big department is coming 2 or 3 years into Puerto city.
In the country side, some famous international hotel chain is coming at beach area.

Now is the time to invest.

Last nature frontier


Palawan is among the most biodiverse areas in South East Asia, both in terms of the variety of marine life thriving underwater and also above sea level, with its spectacular vistas. The provinces sprawling mountains, limestone cliffs combined with jungle, immaculate beaches, coves, caves and islets is said to resemble Borneo more than the rest of the Philippines. In fact, the main island of Palawan is divided lengthways through the middle by a series of mountain ranges which average 1066 metres, with the highest peak at 2085 metres, Mount Matalingahan. Over half of the entire province’s land mass is tropical forest, providing a key area for further exploration.

Currently home to approximately 232 endemic species, more than 200 kinds of birds, over 600 species of butterflies, over 1500 plant types and 573 species of fish, to name but a few, Palawan was granted Biosphere Reserve Status in the 1990s, demonstrating its ongoing commitment to conservation and sustainable development. The province is rapidly developing in stature as one of the best examples in Asia of eco-tourism.

Palawan essentially has two types of climate. The first has two distinct seasons – six months dry and six months wet – and this prevails in the northern and southern extremities and also throughout the entire western coast. The other, a short dry season lasting from one to three months occurs in the eastern coast and has virtually no obvious rainy period during the rest of the year. Northern Palawan receives torrential rains during the months of July and August, but southern part of the province is virtually free from tropical storms. Palawan’s peak season is over December to January and seas are most calm, providing most favourable sea voyage from March to early June.